Liverpool History Society Questions

A selection of Liverpool history questions submitted to the Liverpool History Society

THE ASSOCIATION OF SUPERINTENDENTS OF PARKS AND BOTANIC GARDENS ANNUAL CONFERENCE, LIVERPOOL, JULY 1932.


Hi Rob, wonder if you could help, I have a framed photograph 33 inches long by 9 inches deep……the inscription on it reads….THE ASSOCIATION OF SUPERINTENDENTS OF PARKS AND BOTANIC GARDENS ANNUAL CONFERENCE, LIVERPOOL, JULY 1932……PHOTOGRAPHED AT ARROWE PARK, BIRKENHEAD, BY MEDRINGTON’S LTD. 29a BOLD ST. LIVERPOOL.

There are approx 300 people on the photograph…..and obviously the war started 7 years later, so I presume some of the people may have died in the war, and others since then, but I would like to give it to the association , but haven’t got a clue where to start, there is a building in the back ground and I would imagine that is still standing. Can you give us a starter……I am hoping to come over to the wirral in a couple of weeks time and it would be lovely if I could bring it with me to pass on to someone.

Thanks Denise

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  1. Hi Denise,
    You probably already have received a full answer. However, the visit to Arrowe Park was part of an outing which took in some of the major parks on the Wirral (primarily in Birkenhead). The full report of the 5th Annual Conference was published in the same year. If you could let me have a digital copy of the photo, I am sure it would be a welcome addition to the archives of the Friends of Birkenhead Park and the Friends of Arrowe Country Park.
    Best wishes,
    Robert

    Comment by Professor Robert Lee | 18/06/2012 | Reply


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